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Hi! Thanks for reading! I'm a certified nutritionist with a business degree. I write about the local + sustainable foods scenes in The Woodlands and share recipes made from scratch! Keep in touch and follow me!

Simple Homemade Crepes

Simple Homemade Crepes

When you’ve made enough crepes, you’ll realize they are ridiculously easy to make and you pretty much always have the materials for them at home. Now, this can be scary if you’re the type that has ripe bananas and nutella in the ...

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What is the Traditional Foods Movement?

What is the Traditional Foods Movement?

Choosing what to eat nowadays has become complicated. Worried consumers and tired adults are faced everyday with the challenge of picking between the new miracle diet pill, focusing on low-carb, low-fat, low-calorie, the amazing diet that helped Jenny lose 50 pounds ...

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Carrot & Parsnip with Thyme

Carrot & Parsnip with Thyme

Thyme has been my favorite herb this past year. It all started last summer in San Francisco when my roommate would spend lazy mornings infusing our kitchen with thyme and Spanish music. To me, using thyme in cooking has always ...

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Pörkölt – a Hungarian meat stew

Pörkölt – a Hungarian meat stew

When you think about Hungarian food, the famous Goulash soup might be the first to come to mind. In this case it’s convenient if you thought of that since Porkolt is basically a stew version of Goulash soup. Pörkölt is a ...

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Sopes from the Farmer’s Market

Sopes from the Farmer’s Market

  One of my favorite finds from the Farmer’s Market are the nixtamalized sopes. Oh, and the goat feta. Paired together, they have become my new favorite dish. ~recipe coming soon~   Natalia Richer Hi! Thanks for reading! I’m a ...

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